Bristol based musician/songwriter and member of the Will Gregory Moog Ensemble, Hazel Mills, has spent the majority of the last few years fronting synth post-punk four-piece Adding Machine and touring with pioneering “paper-teers” The Paper Cinema.

Hazel has previously played in Goldfrapp‘s live band and Adrian Utley‘s (Portishead) Guitar Orchestra. She’s also collaborated with Roxy Music’s Andy Mackay on his solo project The Metaphors, and Mark Ayres (BBC Radiophonic Workshop).

Having just finished a short tour with Aerialist theatre company Ockham’s Razor (performing music by composers Quinta and Adem), she’s now playing with solo artist Birdy.

Inspiration over the last decade includes 50’s sci-fi, 80s drum machines, wonky analog synths, French-influenced piano and American minimalism. Both her love of art/horror films and child/teen-hood involvement in the theatre have fuelled her passion for cinematic and theatrical influenced live performance.